For The Love of Gaming with Jaleigh Johnson

February 25th, 2016

Today’s Peace Love Books post comes from Sara’s client Jaleigh Johnson, and is on one of my favorite subjects. Enjoy! In my ever-decreasing amounts of spare time, there are few things I enjoy more than a good game. In fact, one of the only things I love more is a great story. I blame my […]

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The Power of Love with Julia Karr

February 24th, 2016
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Today’s Peace Love Books post comes to us from Julia Karr, author of XVI and TRUTH. She’s currently working on a third book in the series. I’ve loved a number of pets (both cats & dogs) over the years. With some of them I’ve felt a special connection that’s gone beyond love. One in particular […]

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For the Love of History with Ashlyn Macnamara

February 23rd, 2016
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Our latest Peace Love Books post comes from Ashlyn Macnamara, the USA Today best-selling author of A MOST SCANDALOUS PROPOSAL and the upcoming TO LURE A PROPER LADY. We’re delighted to say that she writes the most decadent, sexy Regency historical romance novels. We see balls, gowns and gentle kisses stolen in rooms decorated with […]

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Peace Love Books — FanArt Edition! (part two)

February 19th, 2016
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Today’s Peace Love Books post is another fun dive into fanart, this time featuring the romantic stylings of Stephanie Perkins, and her novels Anna and the French Kiss, Lola and the Boy Next Door, and Isla and the Happily Ever After. Enjoy! And please share any fan art you’ve created — or just favorites that […]

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Art Conquers All with Ellen Booraem

February 19th, 2016
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I’m delighted to share another true love story, this one about art and love, and, eventually, inspiration. Ellen Booraem is the author of The Unnameables, Small Persons with Wings, and Texting the Underworld, which Publishers Weekly called “Affecting, funny, and provocative”. Enjoy! In December 1979, a young artist in Newton Corner, MA, got a call […]

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